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Data vendor Bloomberg L.P. filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against the top derivatives regulator to fight a new rule that would make the trading of swaps more expensive and hurt its business. Bloomberg is one of a dozen or so providers that plan to launch
The Community Reinvestment Act, which was passed to protect low-income families and individuals from discriminatory credit practices and encourage homeownership, requires the presiding agencies to set capital requirements for financial institutions.
There is a small but growing group of Democrats and Republicans who continue to question whether the country's largest banks need to be downsized so their failure would pose less of a risk to the economy. Legislation forcing major changes at the
Treasury Department on Friday will provide an exemption to new market rules for some types of currency derivatives, according to a person familiar with the decision, in a move expected to reduce uncertainty for traders in the $4 trillion-a-day market.
Market View Canada's largest bank was accused in April of engaging in hundreds of millions of dollars of trades in which the bank exchanged futures with various arms of its own operations...However, RBC maintains that it received clearance from U.S.
That clubby way of doing business could go the way of the rest of Wall Street, where trading takes place on computers, under a roughly 500-page draft set of rules designed to push the market away from the opaque world of over-the-counter, phone-based
Britain, France, Japan and the European Union have called on the United States to limit the cross-border reach of its new derivatives rules to avoid fragmenting markets at a time of economic weakness. Leaders from the Group of 20 major economies
It came to a head this week as banks needed to register with the U.S. government if they are trading swaps with U.S. financial institutions, boosting costs and exposing them to U.S. rule makers...People in the market say some non-U.S. banks have
Federal regulators are proposing setting minimum capital levels that banks and other firms that trade derivatives must hold as a cushion against risk. The Securities and Exchange Commission voted Wednesday to seek public comment on the proposed rules,
The Swiss government plans to tighten oversight of privately-conducted derivatives trading, bringing the country into line with a broader push in the United States and European Union . Regulators in Europe and the United States want the over-the-